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February 9, 2013

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Newburyport Daily News

---- — NEWBURYPORT: The following case was recorded at Newburyport District Court on Monday, Feb. 4, with Judge Peter Doyle presiding over the following jury-waived trials:

John Chmielewski, 24, 1 Arlington St., Apt. 7, Amesbury; assault and battery, guilty, 18 months in the house of correction, six months to be served and the balance suspended with two years probation conditioned upon remaining drug and alcohol free, substance abuse counseling and completion of a batterer’s intervention program, no contact with the victim, $350 Batterer fee; violation of an abuse prevention order, guilty, two years probation (concurrent), $25 restraining order fee; witness intimidation, pretrial probation and the case continued generally for two years; violation of an abuse prevention order, guilty, two years probation, $25 restraining order fee; domestic assault, guilty, six months in the house of correction, committed (concurrent); violation of an abuse prevention order, guilty, six months in the house of correction (concurrent), $25 restraining order fee (Amesbury).

Danielle Denuzzio, 39, 16 Baincroft Road, Malden; unauthorized access to computer system, not prosecuted (Rowley).

Ken Donnelly, 20, 5 Soffron Lane, Apt. 2, Ipswich; driving while under the influence of alcohol, continued without finding and probation for one year conditioned upon completion of an alcohol safety awareness program, 210-day loss of license, $250 OUI, $50 OUI-V, $250 HIF, $50 VWF (Rowley).

Maria R. Arce, 47, 104 Lafayette Park, No. 1, Lynn; juror fail to appear, dismissed (Office of the Jury Commissioner).

Ray Lewis, 59, 6 Carriage Hill Road, No. 1, Amesbury; domestic assault and battery, continued for 11 months (Amesbury).

Judge Allen Swan presided over the following jury trial:

Christine A. Cardello, 31, 1 Ashley Nicole Drive, Plaistow, N.H.; driving while under the influence of alcohol (second offense), not guilty; marked lanes violation, not responsible (Amesbury).

Judge Peter Doyle presided over the following jury trial:

Donna Reslewic, 48, 577 Union Road, Belmont, N.H.; disturbing the peace, guilty, $150 fine, $37.50 surfine, $50 VWF (Merrimac).

NEWBURYPORT: The following jury-waived trials were recorded Feb. 5 at Newburyport District Court with Judge Peter Doyle presiding:

Cody Donahue, 19, 127 Market St., Amesbury; vandalizing property, continued without finding until May 16, Victim-Witness Fund $50; disorderly conduct, fined $100 (Amesbury).

Brenden Bettencourt, 18, 8 Baker Road, Salisbury; vandalizing property, continued without finding until May 16, VWF $50; disorderly conduct, fined $100 (Amesbury).

Anthony Guerra, 24, 35 East Main St., Merrimac; operating motor vehicle with suspended license, continued for six months (Amesbury).

Thomas McGrath, 27, 44 School St., Merrimac; vandalizing property, continued without finding until May 6, VWF $50 (Amesbury).

Matthew Decelle, 29, 284 Main St., Amesbury; assault and battery (domestic), dismissed by Commonwealth (Salisbury).

Reitashia Devine, 18, 141 Beach Road, Salisbury; receiving stolen property, dismissed (Salisbury).

Henry Torres Jr., 25, 128 Shawmut St., Chelsea; possession of class C drug, possession of class E drug, continued without finding for one year, VWF $50 (Salisbury).

The following trial was recorded with Judge Allen Swan presiding:

James Simpson, 29, 13 Dartmouth St., Haverhill; driving while under the influence of alcohol, not guilty (State Police).

The followins jury trial was recorded with Judge Peter Doyle presiding:

Stephanie Langevin, 25, 47 Pike St., Salisbury; driving while under the influence of alcohol, guilty, 45-day loss of license, alcohol safety awareness program, OUI $250, Head-Injury Fund $250, VWF $50; marked lanes violations, $100 (Newbury).

NEWBURYPORT: The following cases were recorded at Newburyport District Court on Wednesday, Feb. 6, with Judge Allen Swan presiding over the jury-waived trials:

Kevin Davis, 31, 3 Vine St., Apt. 2, Amesbury; negligent driving, continued without finding and probation for six months conditioned upon completion of the State Courts Against Road Rage and half-day Brains at Risk programs, $50 VWF, $200 court costs, $250 Head Injury Fund; weight violation on municipal way, not responsible (Salisbury).

Wayne R. Downs, 67, 119 Bridge Road, Salisbury; juror fail to attend, dismissed (Office of the Jury Commissioner).

Matthew D. Hood, 2 Lake Shore Drive, Amesbury; driving while under the influence of alcohol, continued without finding and probation for one year conditioned upon completion of an alcohol safety awareness program, $50 VWF, $250 HIF, $250 Operating Under Intoxication Fund, $50 Operating Under Intoxication Victim Fund assessment; marked lanes violation, responsible, filed (State Police). Assault and battery on a police officer, guilty, 90 days in the house of correction, 21 days to be and deemed served with the balance suspended and probation for one year conditioned upon remaining drug and alcohol free and completion of a Structured Outpatient Addiction Program, $50 VWF; disorderly conduct, guilty, filed; disturbing the peace, guilty, filed (Amesbury).

Daryk Richards, 21, 67 Forest St., Salisbury; possession of class D drugs, guilty, probation for one year conditioned upon remaining drug and alcohol free, $50 VWF; resisting arrest, guilty, 90 days in the house of correction, suspended with one year probation; disorderly conduct, guilty, $100 fine, $25 surfine (Amesbury).

Adam J. Wright, 31, 66 Waverly Road, Apt. 3, North Andover; driving after license suspension, continued for three months, $50 VWF (Amesbury).

NEWBURYPORT: The following cases were recorded at Newburyport District Court on Thursday, Feb. 7, with Judge Peter Doyle presiding over the jury-waived trials:

Robert D. Martineau, 47, 29 Bradford St., Rowley; negligent driving, continued without finding and probation for one year conditioned upon completion of the State Courts Against Road Rage and half-day Brains at Risk programs, $250 HIF, $50 VWF; leaving the scene of property damage, continued without finding and probation for one year conditioned upon payment of restitution in an amount to be determined; mark lanes violation, responsible, filed; speeding, not responsible (Rowley).

Joseph D. Tucker, 44, 70 Whittier St., Haverhill; juror fail to attend, dismissed (Office of the Jury Commissioner).

SEABROOK: The following cases were recorded at 10th Circuit Court, Seabrook District Division the week ending Friday, Feb. 1, with Judge Mark Weaver presiding over the jury-waived trials.

David S. Janvrin, 38, 144 Centennial St., Seabrook; operating an off-road recreational vehicle on a public road, not prosecuted; conduct after an accident, leaving the scene of personal injury, not prosecuted (Seabrook).

David Nassor, 43, 79 Silver St., Seabrook; criminal threatening (intimidation), complaint placed on file without finding conditioned upon one year good behavior; attempt to commit simple assault, complaint placed on file without finding conditioned upon one year good behavior; criminal mischief (vandalism), complaint placed on file without finding conditioned upon one year good behavior (Seabrook).

Domenic J. Bondar, 28, 12 Black River Road, Amesbury; possession of a controlled substance (marijuana), complaint placed on file without finding conditioned upon one year good behavior; possession of drug paraphernalia, guilty, $124 fine (Hampton).

Billie-Jo Knowles, 19, 7 Bigs Lane, Seabrook; possession of an open container of alcohol, guilty, $124 fine (Hampton); unlawful possession of alcohol by a person under the age of 21, not prosecuted; probation violations, defendant pleaded true to violation of the conditions of parole on three occasions and was sentenced to 60 days in the house of correction. The sentence was deferred for a period of nine months conditioned upon good behavior, completing an evaluation by a licensed alcohol and drug abuse counselor, following all treatment recommendations from that evaluation and the continuation of counseling with therapist (Seabrook).